6 Criminal Justice Tutors Found Near Utica, NY

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Jillian L.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Oneonta, NY 13820

Will travel 10 miles

$35 per hour.

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Laid back and ready to teach!

I am qualified to tutor in criminal justice because that is also my major in college. In addition to that, I'm currently interning at the local sheriff's department where I've worked with corrections officers and have worked on criminal cases. I have an A average in my criminal justice major and am very passionate about the subject. I've always loved learning. I used to stay after school just to further my education. When I graduated high school, I went directly to college and am currently pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology, which will be completed May 2017. When my little brothers were [more]

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Marcie T.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Lake Katrine, NY 12449

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

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Social Studies Tutor Makes Learning Fun

I have my 2-year degree in Criminal Justice and worked for three years in Ulster County Probation. I am well versed and knowledgeable in Criminal Justice. While my NYS Certification is in Social Studies 7-12, my AA and my BA minor were in Criminal Justice. I feel that my work experience and education provide me the experience to teach Criminal Justice at the HS level. My name is Marcie, and I look forward to having the opportunity to meet with you. I am a mom of three school aged children and very active within my community. For the past three years I have worked as a tutor in the Kingston Cit [more]

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Thomas D.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Auburn, NY 13021

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

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Tutor in Auburn, NY

I served as a deputy sheriff for four years. I have an associates degree in Criminal Justice. I am presently a member of the The Private Investigators Union. I maintain my studies in this area on an ongoing basis. I often confer with police officers to maintain and upgrade my skills. I have taught in many different environments, including high school, business and industry. I am a graduate of Syracuse University, with a Masters Degree in Public Administration with major work in in the Social Sciences. My graduate work includes a C.A.S in Education & Counseling(this is an advanced degree bet [more]

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Tammi H.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Endicott, NY 13760

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

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My Criminal Justice AAS degree was awarded to me from Broome Community College. I've previously tutored students at BCC's Office of Students with Disabilities. Hello, I am a college graduate who formerly tutored fellow students at Broome Community College in Binghamton, N.Y. I have tutored sociology, psychology, philosophy and criminal justice courses. At SUNY Oneonta I was a teaching assistant and reference researcher for Dr. Mary Howes. Currently, I am seeking flexible part-time employment while in pursuit of a Master's degree.... [more]

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Ashley R.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Syracuse, NY 13202

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

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Tutor specializing in Bar Exam, Law, Humanities, and Languages

I have a Juris Doctorate and have clerked with the Minnesota Appellate Public Defender. Both require a strong command of criminal justice practice and theory, including statutory law, Supreme Court decisions, and criminal procedure. I approach every day as an opportunity to learn something new. As someone who has obtained a Bachelor's, Master's, and Juris Doctorate, I have had to be open to new ideas, challenging concepts, and difficult material. In fact, I embrace the challenge, it's always an opportunity to grow. As a tutor, I would love to help share this appreciation for learning with [more]

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Richard L.

Criminal Justice Tutor

Syracuse, NY 13219

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

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Experienced and skilled tutor

I graduated from the Syracuse University College of Law in 1982 and became a lawyer in 1983. In law school I sat on the jury in the nationally known Grossman Competition and submitted a paper for publication in the Bar Review entitled The Constitutionality of Group Homes for The Developmentally Disabled. I taught and tutored a group of 12 students who were studying for the bar exam, and, thanks to my skill as a teacher and to my knowledge of the law, ALL of my students passed the bar exam on the first try! I have studied and analyzed many important Supreme Court decisions on criminal law, i [more]